@Miguel: Go back to my reviews from last season. I wasn't nearly as nice. You will probably enjoy those. This season (although it is still super early) has been much better. Still not great by any means, but much better.
@SoapJunk: I agree on that Bob Marley bit. The acapela version was great, but her first attempt was subpar, so I think the coaches got it right.
@Joshua Adams- I like this: "Also, I think that Jackson went wolf now because they killed the kanima in him, which was the reason he didn't turn in the first place. So basically he WAS a kanima with a dorment wolf inside. Kill the kanima part and POOF -- werewolf."
While I agree his screen time was bumped from season one, I disagree that it doesn't still belong in this category (as the Emmys are currently configured). Game of Thrones is still very much an ensemble, and he may have been "the most" lead of the cast, I doubt he had more screen time per episode than Aaron Paul on Breaking Bad. If you were to compare Dinklage's role on season two of Thrones to say Jon Hamm on Mad Men or Michael C. Hall on Dexter, it wouldn't be fair either. Hall is on screen almost the entire time, while Dinklage gets 15 minutes on average per episode at best. It's a tough game, so given the way the category shakes up, I think Dinklage is a worthy competitor. Don't you?
whateva: so you would penalize Dinklage because he's in the wrong category? I agree that Esposito deserves it, but I don't think that reasoning is fair.
Revengenda: This is more like, "who do the TVF fans think should win at the Emmys?" So whoever gets the most votes is the winner in our book!
neojhun: With all due respect, I don't think I was "harping" on it at all.
Annie was sent back to work at the DPD, but since Simon came back for her by the end of the hour, and she accepted his profession of "like," the situation is still very fluid. She might just go rogue at this point. Lena might HAVE to bring her back into the fold if she's spending just as much time with Simon as she was before.
what a joke! i don't even watch that show! how can he be any good? (so this is what commenters feel like)
Here's my problem with the TCA Awards. They always recognize better shows and performers than the Emmys, but their categories are just as messed up. If Game of Thrones is Program of the Year - which we should assume is the best series on television - it should have also won Best Drama Series. Downton Abbey isn't a miniseries, and Switched at Birth isn't Youth Programming. You can almost never get it all right, I guess.
Patrick, McDonough is on the Supporting Actor ballot and he made my Wish List: http://www.tvfanatic.com/2012/06/emmy-wish-list-supporting-actor-in-a-drama/
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